Thomas Hill Energy Center – Upgrade

Project Description

Thomas Hill Energy Center is comprised of three electrical generating units built from 1966 to 1982 and totaling 1,153 megawatts, and a coal mine that is actively being reclaimed. To remain “green”, the Owner has made the necessary investment for an environmental upgrade to the center.

Aristeo teamed with the designer and construction manager, Burns & McDonnell, for the Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) Program at the existing power plant.

Project Highlights

  • Foundations for 2 SCR foundations
  • Foundations for diesel fuel containment and ammonia storage areas
  • 2,400 anchor bolts